Is Hamlet justified in seeking revenge? Why or why not?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a literature and need to help me learn.Answer one of the prompts in MLA format:Cite as follows: (Shakespeare Act. Scene. Line)Prompts on Hamlet are as follows:Analyze Hamlet through the lens of Deconstructive literary criticism. Identify examples from the drama indicating how meaning occurs from the differences between the juxtaposition of words themselves rather than their implied meaning. Explain how language sculpts Hamlet’s identity based on Derrida’s ontological theories of “being” and “justice” in the play.
Discuss the theme of appearance versus reality in the play. Use this idea to answer how ethereal elements, such as the ghost of Old King Hamlet, should be used to interpret the plot. Is the ghost a credible source? Why or why not? Does the ghost represent Hamlet’s disbelief in his own reality and become a construct of the mind, which inevitably destroys him due to his madness? Or does the ghost fit within the scope of reality as it is seen as a symbol of the political and religious corruption in the state, as Hamlet takes revenge that he sees fit for the death of his father?
How can Ophelia’s naivety be seen as a stark contrast to Hamlet’s well-planned agenda later in the play which leads to the downfall of the state? Is Hamlet justified in seeking revenge? Why or why not?
Is Hamlet truly mad or is he feigning madness? Focus on an existentialist approach. Is he the victim from your perspective? Why or why not? Define a psychoanalytical approach to interpret his portrayal. How is Hamlet’s characterization one that can be seen as an enigma through this lens of interpretation?
Define the role of the theme of betrayal in the lives of the characters in the play. Analyze how certain ideals and philosophies tied to such betrayal comprise this acknowledgment of and deconstruction of their own identities through denying the truth.
What strategies are used in connection to Hamlet’s focus on disengaging from reality around him through his fixation dissociating his own being?
Describe how various ontological views of relativism impact the ethical situations in the plot by focusing in on Hamlet’s role, as opposed to the significance of absolutism or idealism. Identify humanist points in Hamlet. How does this plot express the issues within a humanist Renaissance? How does Hamlet work to reject and deconstruct some notions of humanism with counter-humanist points?
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